About the Book
Zefs Guide to Deep Learning is a short guide to the most important concepts in deep learning, the technique at the center of the current artificial intelligence revolution. It will give you a strong understanding of the core ideas and most important methods in deep learning. This book presents the foundational concepts behind machine learning, neural networks, and the recent major advancements in architectures and training techniques in an easy to understand way. It also covers the most important applications of deep neural networks, including computer vision, natural language processing, and beyond. Your time is valuable, Zefs Guide to Deep Learning will get you up to speed in around only 150 pages!
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The Zefs Guides series
Zefs Guide to Deep Learning is the first book in the Zefs Guides series on deep learning and its applications. It forms the ground knowledge for the other books in the series:
- Zefs Guide to Computer Vision
- Zefs Guide to Natural Language Processing
- Zefs Guide to Transformers
Zefs Guides are designed to help the beginner quickly get up to speed on topics in machine learning and data science and to help the experienced practitioner push their conceptual understanding even further. They are short and to the point, covering the most important topics and ideas. They're for you if you are a job seeker looking for a role in ML/AI/DS, a student studying for exams, an experienced data person dusting off your old knowledge, or an executive seeking a better understanding of some of today's most important technologies.
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About the Author
Roy Keyes has worked in data science since 2012, building and leading teams at multiple tech startups as well as consulting for clients across a wide range of industries. Prior to data science, he received a PhD in computational physics, focusing on medical applications.
You can find his website and blog at roycoding.com.